Explore-Share logo and link to home
 
 
 
 

Sella Ronda Backcountry Skiing

Enjoy backcountry skiing and ski touring adventures the Sella Ronda circuit in the Sella massif in the Dolomites with one of the certified guides at Explore-Share.com

The Sella group is a stunning massif in the Dolomites in northern Italy, and surrounding it, is the breathtaking Sella Ronda circuit. In winter, it is perfect for backcountry skiing adventures and ski touring, and for discovering the Val Gardena, Corvara, Arabba and Canazei starting points. Discover the thrilling Sella Ronda circuit in the Dolomites with one of the guides at Explore-Share.com and prepare for an unforgettable winter adventure!
 
 
 
 
 

Top backcountry skiing trips | Sella Ronda:

 
 
 

There are many reasons for choosing Backcountry Skiing in Sella Ronda

The Sella Ronda loop will show you one-of-a-kind skiing options in the region as you circle the entire massif and revel at the jutting rocks, pristine powder-white slopes, and forested areas.

 

Good to know:

Country code

+39

Currency

Euro

Language

Italian

Best time to visit

For winter sports, the best time to visit Sella Ronda is from late December to early April

How to get there

You can take a domestic flight into Bolzano, or a train into the South Tyrol region. From there bus or driving are your best options

Weather

The weather in Sella Ronda is very sunny year-round, even in winter. Snowfalls begin in December and the ski season lasts until April

More info about Backcountry Skiing in Sella Ronda:

The Sella Ronda loop is a renowned skiing circuit in the Dolomites of around 40km. It circles the entire Sella massif in South Tyrol and boasts sophisticated lift facilities. The main starting points of the circuit are Val Gardena, Corvara, Arabba and Canazei which are all joined by numerous lift stations.  This makes it ideal for ski touring and backcountry skiing as it grants access to many different points in the massif. You can complete the whole circuit in one day and follow a clockwise or anti-clockwise program. Keep in mind that this ski-circuit requires a good fitness level and knowledge of skiing, going with a certified guide will ensure you have a great winter experience in the Dolomites!

Need help discovering your next adventure?

 

 

Find more backcountry skiing trips in Italy

 

Join our newsletter!

Stay up-to-date on the best adventures.